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A minute of mourning for the victims of the Sohag trains before the start of the Olympic team training session

Shawky Gharib, the coach of the Olympic team and its auxiliary apparatus and all the players, was keen to stand a minute of silence and read Al-Fatiha on the souls of the victims of the Sohag train accident, before the start of the team's training today on the sub-stadium in Cairo Stadium.


The team had resumed training after getting a rest on Friday, and the training session was divided into three paragraphs, the first for physical preparation and the second for the tactical sentences, and concluded with a division in the middle of the stadium.


The coach renewed his conversation with the players with the players about the importance of adhering to the instructions of his club and the technical staff of his team for the effective participation that guarantees the player the match form.


The technical director emphasized the follow-up of the technical staff to the teams that qualified for the Olympic Games, including the North American qualifiers that are currently being held, and two teams qualify for the completion of the holding of the participating teams.


Shawki Gharib, the Olympic coach, renewed his desire to join the star, Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool striker, to the list of the team participating in the football competition, in the next Tokyo Olympics, which will be held in Japan.

The Olympic Games will be held in Japan next summer, from July 23 until August 8 next, after being postponed from last summer, due to the spread of the Corona virus, "Covid 19".

"Mohamed Salah's participation in the Olympics is supported by the state, represented by the Ministry of Sports and the Egyptian Football Association, as part of our efforts to obtain an Olympic medal in football for the first time," Shawky Gharib said in statements to Agence France-Presse.

Shawky Gharib added, "Mohamed Salah, as one of the three best players in the world, will raise the Pharaohs' national team to a new level in the Olympics, and his presence with us will make a big difference."